Amy began her career as a Social Worker with a special interest in Eating Disorders. She was fascinated by the psychology behind why people struggle with food and weight. After helping to create one of Calgary’s first Eating Disorder programs, she decided she wanted to share her own love for health and nutrition with others in a more uplifting way and became a Nutritional Therapist and, over time, a Certified Eating Psychology Coach.
Whether you work with Amy in one-on one consultation, journey through her programs, receive beautiful essential oil treatments, read her book and articles, or attend her workshops, classes or lectures, you will journey with Amy to know yourself in a whole new conscious way. Her mission is for every client to find their sacred, loving and meaningful connection to food, life, body and self—and you will discover how to live your most vibrant, energetic and fulfilling life.
Amy Bondar offers her nutrition and essential oil expertise to Dr. Lynne Murfin’s patients.
Amy Bondar refers her clients to Jensen Fitness and in turn customizes nutritional plans to support Jensen’s clientele
Dr. Topham practices Functional Medicine and refers to Amy Bondar to support his patients with their nutrition.
I want every woman that I come to work with to find her peace, her love, her flow, her ease, her trust, her pleasure, her pure enjoyment with every bite of food. I want to awaken women to connect to body wisdom, to Mother Nature, to their intuitive eater within.
I want to help women heal whatever is at the root of their unwanted eating challenges and weight issues and help them make the connections between their unresolved stresses and traumas that may be the very reason for the manifestation of illness, symptom and imbalance in her body.
It is my mission to inspire women to find her mission and purpose in life and all the things that fulfill her so she no longer uses food for fulfillment, but rather for the energy to do what she loves to do. I wish for every woman to find her sacred, loving and meaningful connection to food, her life, her body and herself.